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I ***************** * * * TJY tar the favorite Home ♦ 4 J3 N<ewi»p»pCT In Delaware ♦ * ♦ ********* + *44*4-** THE DAILY JOURNAL-HERALD THE JorBNAHnCKALh RECEIVES THE FtTLL UNITED PRESS WIRE NEWS REPORTS 4***************m ♦ « ♦ X TEWS wheo it la mart*-, * 4 j\\ our ads bring ***************.**. WEATHER—Overcast weather with probably showm tonight and Saturday. DKI.AWAKK. OHIO. FRIDAY BVKMW. SEPTEMBER 22, l»l«. YOM'.MK 74. NO. J3«. PRICE TEN CENTS PER A BIG BREAK Snappy Pictures Taken on Beach Induced Wealthy Men to Part With Money, Tis Said; Women Deny Flirting SHE EXPECTED By United Press. I struggle is on trade unionism, and is New York, Sept. 22.—Ten persons vital to the welfare of all organized were seriously Injured today when' labor. a taxicab ln which they were being; Compere in conference with Mayor carried to work because of street j Mitchel gave unmistakable evidence car strike, collided wlith a coal truck that he will support the local leaders on Avenue A. and Twentieth street! in whatever action tbey decide to and was demolished. j follow. This accident, growing out of the! While the consideration of a gen- labor troubles which rapidly became j eral Btrike was under way it was more critical today increased the j learned that many labor leaders* sug- number of Injured In smash-upB re-jgeBt a general boycott on street rail- suiting tram the strike to nearly 100. j ways as a more effective weapon. The Pour persons have been killed and | plan of these leader*, Is to order all with plans for a general sympathetic! union men to stay *Way from their strike hanging in tbe balance ami work until "proper transportation" is an even greater toll Is threatened. ' provided. They siaiatain that this The ten occupants of the taxicab j will be a more peacsfst] snd effective were packed Into the machine ow- method of settling tits difficulties ing to a suspension of operation of ■ than a general strike, surface cars. The car was traveling' The state industrial commission at a high rate or speed,' and three1 had entered the fight and expressing of the passengers were hurled un-1 ita legal rights have issued subpoenas der the truck when the crash came, j for the traction officials and strike They are in a critical condition. | leaders to appear before it on Mon- Phlllp Colender, the chauffeur, was j day. The bureau of mediation of the arrested, charged with exceeding the! industrial commission will argue the speed limits. Should any of the vie-j adoption of a compromise and will tims die a charge of manslaughter J uge its powers to the f ulIeBt extent may be placed against him. j to enforce the compromise which pro- The New York Railway company [ vldes for the immediate calling off announced it will attempt to run full' the strike by the labor leaders; that service tonight despite threats of a re-employment of strikers by traction general strike. Edward Ikmahue, Harry Ru weB anil Mrs. Helen Brer*. Leeft to right: W. C. Woodwork. Mr Chicago, Sept. 22.—The use of the ■ chinery who lives with his wife and camera as a means of extorting Children in a fine house on. the north money from wealthy victims Is sri- »We !""arae ">fatuat*d wlth a Prelty woman he had met in a cafe flirta- dence that has appeared in the ss-|_ rT ,,._ „, ,_ _, _■»,„ „, tion. He was liberal ln his gifts ol amination of thi? alleged locietj mom.v .,t lirst. wh, n the romance swindlers whose women accomplices was beginning to fray at the edges employed their beauty and charms to the woman be; aim- ill. Whether her illness was real or pretended doesn't matter. ed her claws. She demanded $26,000. How a Wife Earns $25.<MM> The man consulted a detective agemy. "Lay the matter before your wife, ' said the head of the agency. "Offfer to give the $2.1,000 to her or to your stenographer ami see what she Bays." The wife's answer was what the answer of any wife would be. The 1115 DECLARED By ED li. KEEN that the army, the navy and political I'niteed Press Staff Correspondent leaders are thoroughly united in the London. Sept. 22.—Germany will determination to assume reported reset another peace kite flying about (possibility if necessary for the wars the middle of October, British offi- continuation after Germany is willing cialdom, both military and civil con- to quit. If this does become neces- fidently expects. j sary they will leave it to history to Recent apparently well authentl-j justify the additional carnage in the cated rumors bare reached London , interests of the removal of the men- that Germany, suffering huge losses? ace of militarism, because of the recent allied offensive. ' It is no secret that the Angle- is endeavoring to suggest an arm is- i French are prepared both in numbers tice through Spain or the I'nited j and munitions to continue the pres- States. I ent offensive indefinitely, regardless It is understood on reliable author- of winter weather. Although there ity that King Alfonso so far is unre-,was much nervousness a year ago sponsive and is unlikely to act. The! when any definite peace proposals Germans, it is believed here, hope to j from Germany on a basis merely of tempt President Wilson to start nego- abandonment of the occupied terri- tiations at the time when any at-;tory, might have been considered tendant success would be likely to affect favorably his chance of re-election. sympathetically by the military authorities in view of the real pre- cariousness of the situation, they feel lines; the reduction of the time of operation of the Interborough's in- By United Press. dividual contracts from two years to one year. New Tork, Sept. 22.—New York s ,, ... . , .- ' v Meanwhile normal operation ot the labor troubles reached their most subway and elevated lines haB been critical stage today. Before nlgbt-1 maintained. Intermittent disorders fall there will be a break either one j tn various parts of the city kept the way or the other. j police busy during the night and Facing the warning of Mayor early morning but no serious disor- Mitchel that he will call out tbe mil- ders were reported. Partial night itia in the event of a general strike. service on crosstown lines was at- in sympathy with the striking street tempted for the first time with heavy railway men, labor leaders went in police details. such ends. Mrs. Helen Evers, de- clared to be the gang's chief "lure,' t_ g ^^ to ^ maQ ^ suggest.| man told the wife's answer to the de a young woman of unusual beauty fcd ,nat he give ht)r j^ooo on which tectlve. "Give the money to your and the only woman still being held, to go to the Virginia mountains to re-1 wife," the detective said, is at present under $25,000 bail. Mrs. cuperate and that he set aside by; A handsome young detective was Edward Donahue, an intimate friend legal conveyance $100,000 as a fund detailed at once on a pleasant assign- of Mrs. Evers, has been freed. to support her for the remainder of ment. He made love to the stenog- In the hearing of seven members her life. The interest on such a fund rapher- A hotel register is damaging before Unite 1 States Judge Kenesaw would have given her an annual in- evidence against a woman. So the M. Landls it developed that one of come of about $5,000. "If >ou do not stenographer did not press her de- the band's most successful means of see the justice of this plan." she mands and the wife received a pres- blackmail was their use of a camera wrote, "perhaps you. wife wilL" ent of $25,000. along the beaches at Chicago, At- On the Trail Court App*iarani-e Stirs Interest lantic City and other popular water- The man could have set aside this I The appearance in the courtroom Ing places. After the wealthy vie- money and hardly missed It He of alleged members of what gov- tims had been selected and friendly gave her $5,000 and said he would ernment pro • cutors believe to approaches had been made, th* Americans conversant with inside that now everything favors the allies British sentiment feel certain that'and that such an abandonment of oc- any such move on the part of Wash-? e-upied territory would only be to ington would not only be foredoomed | Germanys advantage, enabling her to to failure but would arouse the most j shorten and strengthen her lines bitter resentment of the allies and, hritish soldiers only worry now is also permanently eliminate Washing-' possible over-optimism of civilians ton as a possible mediator. Every in- because of their recent successes and dication points not only to the one-[those confidently expected in the fu- ness of purpose of all the allies to I ture. They realize that the Germans continue the war until a decisive'are not yet beaten and that a long peace is obtainable, but to the fact; and arduous task still confronts them. charming young women members of the organization contrived to bring session to finally consider whether Undaunted by tbe warning of the] their game into a compromising situ- 800,000 organized workers shall be mayor, Hugh Krayue, state organizer called out. of the American Federation of Labor, Characterizing s sympathetic strike said today: "Trade unionists will as "grossly violative of the laws" not surrender their rights to organize Mayor Mitchel has warned the labor in this city." leaders that he will use all of the; This was Frayne's parting shot as "military and civil power vested in j he went into tho conference which the mayor" to cope with such a situ-1 will decide whether a general strike atlon. will be called. Backed by Samuel Gompers, presi-j "We have made no threats'of dis- dent of the American Federation of order," Frayne said, "and we cannot Labor, labor loaders stoutly maintain . be held responsible for disorder. We ihey will stick by their fight for the have advised against it and shall so right to organize, and claim that the continue to advise." see about the endowment later. The woman pretended to go to Virginia, but weni to New York. The man went to a detective agency. The- woman was shadow? I in New York. It waa discovered she admirers. A detective laid before her evidence of her looseness. ation. At the proper momenl the man with a camera who had been "planted" somewhere- well within range snapped a record of the affair. The victim when confronted with tins He told her she would avoid trouble undeniable evidence of his misbehavior seldom refased to pay any sum mentioned on threat of expos- US). Some Piquant Episixlo The operations of the so-called blackmail syndicate in Chicago include some piquant episodes Hen are a few notable crimes of this >l|i'; known to have been committed In Chicago in the last year: A wealthy manufacturer of ma ss i. the most talented band of high class swindlers in the country, caused high interest among the many In al ance. Mrs. Evers was teen to be a young woman of exc< ptional and dressed quietly and in faultless taste. Mrs. Donahue-, who v leased for lack of • I ten was dressed in a dark blue- tailored suit This document and a black velvet hat. W. C. Woodward, said to be tbe brains of the syndicate, and Harry K ; other important member, wer- brisk, self-possessed young men ol pleasing manner and in neat and clever attire. Although Russell destine dinners at Mrs. (Overs protested their entire In- 1(.n roadhousi-s. and so noeence of the charge! againsl the I nnan, who had been they were permitted their fr i dom by signing a n lease i :th that : lie had lied to the millionaire and absolved him from furtiie-r payments on imen members of the hired out as a Stenog- .i wealthy business man. In fter the customary BY HIIRO 6 ' B( BB, suddenly ghow- supplying heavy bai By United Press London, Sept. 22. Under beavj Elusso-Rum inian ban aa, tl Woods ■ are still in retreat, said Bnchar-asl . today. OF PROSPERITY r v i WHITE GI ATTACKED ! AT LIMA illy watching for. ity I'nited Press. I'oliinibus, Sept. 22.—Ohio's banking business today was cited as the Jaroraeter of prosperity in the state iy Harry T. Hall, state bank super lntendent. Hall's annual report shows savings accounts alone increased more than $49,000,000 during the past year. The report cites also that: The number of state banks in- cre-isiil from BS1 to 568, with an in- erease Is capital stock of almost $.,- 000,000. Total resources of state banks increased $106,122,402. Total surplus increased -2,604,- 723. Total Increase in all deposits was -110.130,630. SI HMAIUNE SANK TRANSPORT By United Press. Berlin, Sept. 22.—German submarine sank enemy transport filled with troops in Mediterranean Sept. 17, was announced today. BEREA—Pork was scattered for a mile along the Lake Shore tracks when an auto truck with eight live hogs was struck by a train. CLEVELAND—Ruber Beckler, 15, is In a critical condition suffering from a bullet wound in the lung which he received accidentally from his cousin, Irwin Blum, 17, who thought a burglar was robbing the house. CHARDON—Three children of Wm. Spriggs, all under 6, died this week as a result of eating fruit from trees recently sprayed with poison to kill bugs. Uy United Press. Lima, Kept. 22. Miss Sophia Pell, 22, of .North Jefferson street, is in serious condition at tin- city hospital today as a result of three deep razor cuts across her face inflicted when she resisted the attack of a negro early today. Miss Feil was on her way home from a dance about 1 o'clock. When she had gone two blocks from the street car she was suddenly stopped by a negro, she says. The girl resisted his attack. Then, she says, he drew a razor from his pocket and mercilessly slashed her across the face. She protected her throat with her arm. Police posses at once searched for the negro. Up to noon today it had been unable to locate anyone answering Miss Fell's description of her assailant. This is the third attaok by negroes on white women ln Lima within a month. This attack has heightened the feeling of race prejudice here. BULGARIANS 3USTAIN€D SAD DEFEAT TUT LAWYER AND CLIENT SENTENCED Bj i i. IBS. The Bulgarian- hu\e- rauBtainei a heavy defeat at the hands of the S ■rieians on the Zbrosko, it waa i D announced today and have- also IShsd back bj the By United Ire ?- uitm??. ii . Sep! 22 Something out of the ordinary happened in the federal court today when a lawyer and his client were- given penitec tiury sentences for complicity in a bankruptcy fraud Judge Sater sentenced Carl D. Forsyth, Wheeling, W. Vs., sti to 14 months in the Atlanta prison and imposed a like- sentence upon i Frank O. Beck of Bridgeport, whO| An earlier official si it and ravag also re] ■ side the Transy! R - have been unsuci • i i: tmanians hai ground at some- ; ■ ••'orted that the Bulgars are consolidating their positions in I>o- tl of Field Marshai Ma k- n the Dobrudja invasion and llltered to the Austro- Germans on iii1? northwestern frontier of Rumania has caused a renewal ■ ' of affair.- at Al no longer 1 Creek cab- • ii orabia to ond< nt.- at t was high- lies would i '-iations ■ . i- of n mier - + 44 OTn nnrn ♦ STAY AWAY FROM I INDI.U ♦ V U U L ♦ PINDLAY \ ,ii??r lOrt : ♦ ^ " " * m. 9x9 SHORT BY French Pursuing their advance in had employed Forsyth to look after tho Broila r:ver region, the Serbs the legal matters In the fraudulent. ♦ ♦- ♦ ♦ ♦ have reached Vrbani, north of Flor-j bankruptcy case. ina. after repulsing the Bulgarians' The charge againsl lick WM that attacks. he 'held out" assets in his bank LINER French troops cleared the entire ! ruptcy petition. Forsythe was con-1By United Press region northwest of Armensko of the | victed of aiding in the deception. Bulgarians and progressed, after, heavy lighting, to the heights dominating the Klorina-Poplin road ;:' rooster and half ♦ hen. hatched here s year aso. ♦ Is os sed .-' Jason Routson. Be ♦ ■ fowl lays eggs, cackles ♦ hen and crows Ilk.- a* On one of the legs there- ♦ - -;iur. ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ \i iki: Galveston, Tex. CAREY -Alvin Kemmerly, farmer, married Mrs. Deborah Kemmerly, the third wife of the groom's father. OBERLIN I'Hiil Des Jardlen, Uni-| MARYSVILLE John PhilUan, 60, varsity of Chicago coach, has been j wealthy fanner, was found dead lying selected us Oberlln's 1916 football] on a load of gravel Death was due eoach ' to heart disease. By I'nited I Paris, Sept. 22 A most violent ■ man attack on the- new French I lines north of the Somme along the Sept. 22. Th- - Bi ;ese-Kancinirt front was sio|i|?ed Horgan liner Elaba arrived here from short bj French curtain fires last New York today and Captain Free- night, it was officially announu-d t'i man reported a serious fire that had <!»>• The Germans were driven ba< k started in her bunkers and destroyed to their own trenches, losing heavily a portion of the cargo before it »a- extinguished last nlgnt. The extent CINCINNATI - Former Mayor it, of the damage has not yet been as- M. Marsh. 6a, died after a short 111- certained. ] ness.
|Title||The Daily journal-herald. (Delaware, Ohio), 1916-09-22|
|Place||Delaware (Ohio); Delaware County (Ohio)|
|Date of Original||September 22, 1916|
|Submitting Institution||Delaware County Historical Society|
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|Place||Delaware (Ohio); Delaware County (Ohio)|
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